The Webster at Target Collection: The Good, the Bad, and the Ill-Fitting
|All photos by Christine Borges|
|The scene at the Midtown Target at 8:15am|
We arrived a little before 8:30 a.m. in hopes that we'd dodge all of the crazed collectors and fashionistas (we didn't want to have to fight for clothing) at the Midtown location. We succeeded.
We've broken down the good, the bad, and the ill-fitting from the collection. Because really, a picture might be worth a thousand words, but a Photoshopped and highly styled one? Not so much.
Check out our favorites, the best bangs for your buck, and what to avoid from the collection after the jump.
Now this dress was simply adorable. It's much cuter in person than in the photos. We're drawn to the criss-cross back detailing and the back cut-out. The embroidered lace-like fabric is pretty cute, too.
This set was surprisingly true to size, and the cotton fabric makes this extremely comfy. The lace detailing is a nice touch, and the cut of the tank is very flattering.
These hats are definitely statement pieces. The attention to detailing (see: the inside of the men's hat) makes for a more luxe feel, but be warned: The men's hats run small, and are one size only.
This men's shirt made us smile. Sure, it's a little cliche, but why not advertise your favorite city while traveling elsewhere? This fits true to size. (And we're pretty sure we'll see quite a few girls buying these, too.)
Just overall, the menswear was a real standout. The pieces looked very much like the advertisements, for the most part, and, well, all of those pops of color would definitely make Brad Goreski proud.